Double standards policy: New evidence of Washington support for Islamists

Last week, Amnesty International revealed that the US Department of Defense had failed to keep tabs on more than $1 billion worth of arms and other military equipment in Iraq and Kuwait. The US army did not have accurate, up-to-date records on the quantity and location” of equipment earmarked for the Iraqi army, according to a government audit dated September 2016. The military transfers were under the auspices of the…

30.05.2017
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Chaos and destructions: Damascus urges the United Nations to halt the US-led coalition airstrikes

Damascus sent letters to the UN Secretary General and the UN Security Council (UNSC), calling for the cessation of the US-led coalition airstrikes in Syria as it causes numerous deaths among civilians and violates international law. The 69-member US-led coalition is conducting airstrikes, ground-based and rocket-propelled artillery fire against ISIS terrorist group on the territory of Syria and Iraq. The strikes in Iraq are conducted in support of the Iraqi…

30.05.2017
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A deadly mistake: US-led coalition’s airstrike in Syria killed at least 20 civilians

At least 20 civilians were killed and seven more were wounded in an airstrike delivered by the US-led international coalition in the Syria province of Raqqa, SANA news agency said on Sunday citing its sources. According to SANA, the incident took place eight kilometers south of the city of Raqqa, between the settlements of Ratla and Qasara, on Saturday evening. Two of those wounded are in critical conditions. The US…

29.05.2017
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Western countries continue to shut their eyes to chemical incidents in Syria

Some Western countries continue to cynically shut their eyes to numerous outrageous incidents with the use of chemical weapons in Syria. The numerous instances of chemical weapons’ use by militants, which even in the opinion of Western media has become terrorists’ normal practice during their defense of Mosul expressly testifies to the scope of the problem of chemical terrorism in the Middle East. Meanwhile, Russia has been drawing attention for…

26.05.2017
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ISIS leader and other militants are fleeing Mosul like rats (VIDEO)

A representative of the Democratic Party of Kurdistan in Mosul, Said Mamuziny, told that the leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has escaped the Iraqi city of Mosul as the fall of the city nears. According to him, Al-Baghdadi has allegedly fled to the Syrian border. Presumably he is in the area between Deir ez-Zor and the Iraqi border. Other terrorists are also fleeing the city, herewith many emirs of…

26.05.2017
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Turkey wants to fight Kurds by the hands of Free Syrian Army

Turkey has ostensibly spent three months training a large rebel force planning to deploy them against the People’s Protection Units (YPG), a commander of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) told. “Turkey is in the process of creating an army manned by the FSA fighters to carry out an operation against the YPG. This force will also be tasked with patrolling the security zone between Jarabulus and Idlib. This training has…

26.05.2017
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Russian aircraft carried out 4 times more missile attacks than US-led coalition

The Russian Aerospace Forces have carried out three times more sorties delivered four times more missile and bomb attacks in Syria than the international coalition. “The comparative analysis of results of actions in Syria by Russia’s aviation and the international coalition shows that Russian Aerospace Forces, which had fewer aircraft, carried out three times more sorties and delivered four times more missile and bomb attacks”, – said Russian Defense Minister…

25.05.2017
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How US support for the Syrian Kurds will influence relations between Washington and Ankara?

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan went to Washington hoping he could stop the US support for the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), which are affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), a group recognized by both Turkey and the United States as a terrorist organization. According to media reports, Erdogan’s White House visit consisted of a 23-minute one-on-one meeting with translators, a 20-minute press briefing in which the two presidents…

23.05.2017
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The withdrawal of militants continues from eastern and western Syrian suburbs

  Sunday saw the complete withdrawal of militants from the western Syrian city of Homs, which was the first city where the so-called opposition confronted President Assad and his government. After the sappers enter the district al-Waer it will be decided, whether the mass media representatives will be allowed to visit the last liberated district. The final eleventh stage of militant withdrawal started on Saturday with over 2,500 people leaving…

22.05.2017
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The sixth round of inter-Syrian talks in Geneva ended without breakthroughs

The sixth round of Syrian peace settlement talks has ended in Geneva without any breakthrough decisions. It lasted only four days – from May 16 through to May 19 – and was devoted to discussions of an initiative by the UN Secretary General’s special envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura for a mechanism of expert consultations on constitutional and legal issues. As a result, the parties to the talks managed…

22.05.2017
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